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Beginning Your Research
There are many different resources to use to find information on Iberian and Latin American langauges and literatures. For places to search for books, click on the "Finding Books" tab. A good way to begin searching for books is to use MELVYL, which allows you to search in all of the UC Libraries. If you need more materials, you can then expand out to Libraries Worldwide. Links to Melvyl and other resources for books (such as the UCSD-Specific Library Catalog, ROGER) can be found on the "Finding Books" Tab. Theses and Dissertations are also featured on the "Finding Books and Articles" Tab. Although they are unpublished book-length works, they are often important sources of original information and their bibliographies can lead you to other sources.
To locate academic journal articles, use the various databases listed on the "Finding Articles" Tab. News sources are listed on another tab at the top.
Excellent Starting Points for research in Iberian and Latin American Languages and Literatures Include:
The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) is an excellent resources for books, periodicals, manuscripts, newspapers, and archival materials in print, microfilm, and digital formats. UCSD belongs to this international consortium of university, college, and independent research libraries, which allows UCSD patrons to borrow CRL material via interlibrary loan for extended periods.
Conquistadors: The Struggle for Colonial Power in Latin America, 1492-1825(Primary Source Microfilm). Collection features expedition records, original letters and maps of exploration and colonization, and "diaries of discoveries" from South America, from narratives of Columbus' first voyage (at Sloane Ms 1709) to the end of Colonial Spanish rule. The set covers European exploitation, evangelization, and botanical and geographical exploration in South America from Texas to Tierra del Fuego, and features maps, scrolls, descriptions of voyages by sea and river, terrain, flora and fauna, settlement posts, plantations and mines, missionary activities, and "diaries of discoveries" from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Florida, Guatemala, Guiana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Patagonia, Peru, Puerto Rico, Texas, Uruguay, Venezuela and the West Indies.
Hispanic Culture Series(Alternative Title: Spanish, Portuguese ,and Latin American books before 1601). Based on the following bibliographies: Penney, Clara Louise, ed. List of Books Printed Before 1601 in the Library of the Hispanic Society of America; Thomas, Henry, Short-title Catalogues of Spanish, Spanish-American and Portuguese Books Printed before 1601 in the British Museum; Simon Diaz, Jose. Bibliographia de la Literatura Hispanica.
Medina's Biblioteca hispano-americana (General Microfilm Company) [1493-1810]. Set contains microfilm copies of titles in Medina's bibliography and represents a history of the Spanish-speaking peoples of the western hemisphere. The completed project will include over 8,000 titles.
Spanish Drama (General Microfilm Company). Guide: Thompson, Lawrence S. Bibliography of Spanish Plays on Microcards. Continuing project; complete set is expected to include about 12,000 Spanish, Catalonian, and South American plays from the 16th-19th centuries.
The Hispanic Division has a number of resources to aid with research. These include the Handbook of Latin American Studies (featured below), the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape, Finding Aids and Research Guides (which point to primary sources in various reading rooms throughout the Library).
The Handbook of Latin American Studies is an annotated bibliography of Latin American Studies literature produced by research librarians at the Library of Congress.
For the print version, see:
Handbook of Latin American studies. Austin [etc.] : University of Texas Press [etc.].
Geisel Reference, Request from SRLF ; Reference, Geisel Floor2 West, Offsite (SRLF) ; F1408 .H33 ; Library Use Only, AVAILABLE
The basic keyword search box on the library of Congress search interface (linked above through Handbook of Latin American Studies) is a useful place to begin a general search.
An excellent feature of the print and online versions of the Handbook are the introductory essays to each subject area. To access these online:
For volumes 50-57, Click on “HLAS Resources,” then “TOCs for Vols. 50-59 and Introductory Essays for Vols. 50-57,” then volume want, then subject, then “introductory essay” link at top
For Volumes 1-49, Click on “Expert Search,” type subject you are searching for the introductory essay on in the “Annotation and HLAS Chapter Introduction keyword/s” box, click “required” – if you wish, can narrow by selecting a volume/date range
UC San Diego has purchased all OHO subject content released through 2020, over 1000 titles spanning Archaeology, Business and Management, Classical Studies, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Economics and Finance, History, Law, Linguistics, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Physical Sciences, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology.
Complete title list: https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/fileasset/TitleListforSales_July2020.xlsx